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america." they'll bring us more behind-the-scenes action from the jubilee concert for the queen. "jimmy kimmel live" is up next. we'll see you here tomorrow. up next in an all new "jimmy kimmel live". >> jimmy: in july the octomom will be stripping in florida. so don't go to florida. [ laughter ] >> dicky: christina ricci. >> on the -- >> of course, one of the best. >> dicky: barbecue master adam perry lang. >> >> jimmy: seems like we're joking but this is what you want to do. >> dicky: and music from fun. ♪
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- christina ricci, barbecue master adam perry lang and music from fun. with cleto and the cletones. and now, in all honesty, here's jimmy kimmel! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you. hi there. i'm jimmy. i'm the host of the show.
thank you very much and thank you for being here. you know what, tonight, tonight we're young so i'll set the world on fire because that's what young people do, right? they burn things, huh? you know, right now in england there's a lot of celebrating that we're not a part of as they commemorate queen elizabeth's diamond jubilee that celebrates 60 years of waving people and smiling and it's a rare and special occasion surpassed by the more prestigious neil diamond jubilee because diamond jubilee is definitely going to be the name of beyond say's next kid. it started saturday, ends tomorrow. a thousand boats floated down the river -- is this thames or thames? thames. but let's call it thames. tonight, there was a huge concert at buckingham palace featuring paul mccartney, stevie
wonder and -- >> reporter: she celebrated taking things off at the epson darby horse race and took part in a river pageant and attended a concert and off to the royal invitational hot dog eating contest where she placed third devouring 39 hot dogs in 8.3 minutes then to a club where he son deejay p. charles provided music from flo-rida while mummy booty danced with her guardsmen. >> jimmy: we found a queen impersonator who looked nothing like the queen. being queen for 60 years is a big deal but not too many do it. i know i never have but, of course, england has been one of our closest friends and allies since they came over to kill us 200 years ago. our gift to our majesty. good health and good fortune from south of her friends in
south central los angeles. >> she can have her jubilee, jubi-lie and i'll do my best. >> jubilee is like a -- it's a really great celebration of some sort but i don't know exactly what it is. >> i don't have nothing to say to you, queen, hey, i know nothing about england, and, hey, what do you want me to say to her, hey, good-bye. >> they put too much into it. in the united states we have so much other stuff going on to be worrying about upbringing of a queen of another country. >> latifah? >> the queen. >> okay. >> that's cute. that's cute. >> i mean, come on give us a break. i mean, yeah, just stop being so snob by from l.a. to you, just keep it real. >> jimmy: i think that's good advice. [ cheers and applause ]
again, our gift to you. in other royal news the kings are in the middle of game three of the stanley cup times. against the devils of knowledge, 1-0. i was watching the game upstairs. the kings have had an amazing playoff run. some of the players can even skate backwards. i incredible. hockey isn't the most popular sport in los angeles but the kings have a lot of hard-core fans so today we went out on the street to give fans here in l.a. an opportunity to wish them well on their quest for their first ever stanley cup. >> i'm a regular dude who watches football and freakin' lakers, nah. >> you mean our hockey team? >> black folks don't even go to the hockey games so if you don't, count them on your hand. but the first hockey player in the country, black folks was the first people to have hockey in
canada. we invented the game. look it up. >> all: go, kicks. get the world cup! >> the kings are going down, new jersey even though i lived there for three months, i'm going for new jersey. i don't even know what team it is. new jersey -- mets. mets. nets. >> being that they are in l.a., kick ass. i'm definitely down for the city. who are they playing? you have no idea? >>. >> jimmy: all right. well, we are confused. you get the idea. the sentiment is there. last night in las vegas, the miss usa pageant was held at the historic planet hollywood resort and casino. the competition, you know, miss usa goes on to represent us in the miss universe pageant and it also exists to find wealths for wealthy orthodone diss tu miss
rhode island won the title. during the interview round which is the best part she was asked one of the more unusual questions of the night and she answered it pretty well, i thought. >> would you feel it would be fair that a transgendered woman wins the miss usa title over a natural born woman? >> that's from twitter. >> i do think that that would be fair but i can understand that people would be a little apprehensive. i do because i believe it's a free country. >> jimmy: yes. and while miss rhode island is the one that went home with the crown, my star of the night was miss ohio, audrey bolt y one of the judges asked audrey if she thinks women are depicted in movies and television in an accurate and positive way and this is what she said. >> i think there are some movies that depict women in a very positive role and then some movies that put them in a little bit more of a negative role but
by the end of the movie show show that woman power that i know we all have such as movies "pretty woman." we had a wonderful, beautiful julia roberts and she was having a rough time but you know what, she came out on top and she didn't let anyone stand in her path. >> jimmy: quite an answer. let's play that down so we can really understand it. follow me here. becau because, you know, that sort of thing can fly by. you don't get to analyze it but show says, i think there are some movies that depict women in a very positive role and then some movies that put them in a little bit more of a negative role. but by the end of the movie, they show that women power, that i know we all have such as mov "pretty woman." we had a wonderful, beautiful woman, julia roberts, and she was having a rough time. but you know what? she came out on top and she
didn't let anybody stay in her path and she's right. julia roberts didn't let anyone stay in her path. and as a result she had a very clear path and i'm going to tell you guys something and i hope you agree with me, she came out on top. [ cheers and applause ] and now she's not a hooker anymore. she's a mommy, so thank you, miss ohio. i think we may have found her next vice president of the united states. tonight here at abc we had a new episode of "bachelorette." emily whittled them from 13 to 10. there was talk that ryan might be headed home. he was a bit rude to emily but he got a rose anyway. you always wonder about the contestants on "the bachelor" and whether they're there for the wrong reasons. even though he's still supposedly wooing emily he's hinting he might want to be the
next bachelor. >> we're all here to spend time with emily, but when this whole thing is done if it doesn't work out for me i'm involved with the media back home, i'm going to say, let's do bachelor ryan. you know what i mean? emily is a very special person but whether i end up with her, you know, or not, i think that this is part of the journey i'm walking. you know, this is the path. isn't it great when you're able to use a position like this. i'm a good man. i know that, you know. i'm confident in who i am and the choices i make. if i was the bachelor i would be ready to open my heart up and it'll be neat for everybody to see. >> jimmy: you know, it would be neat for everybody to see. might even be neato for everybody to see. honestly i thought he was going to say he was in love with the guy he was sitting next to. that's a twist we have yet to see. [ applause ] >> jimmy: one of my favorite parts of "the bachelor" is the wide variety of terrible pickup
lines that they use to get the bachelorette's attention. sometimes they work which puzzles me. i always wonder if they would work on women in the real world. today we enlisted the help of cory, the guy who dresses up like chewbacca outside our theater. he's the one on the right. you're looking for a woman, right? you're looking for a gal? >> yeah. i am. >> jimmy: we gave cory some actual pickup lines from "the bachelorette" this season and had him try them on women walking along hollywood boulevard today and, well, let's find out how they went. >> roses are red, violets are blue, emily, i want to get to know you. >> ah. >> roses are red, violets are blue, emily, i want to get to know you. yeah. hi.
emily. wow. all right. well, let's just keep walking. >> [ bleep ] off, mr. bleep. >> jimmy: maybe not a great idea to hit on a woman who is with a guy already. all right, give it a try from the evil bachelor, ryan. >> i'm cherishing this because this is you. you're not putting on a show for me and i feel like today we've definitely connected. >> i mean i'm cherishing this because i feel like this is you and, you know, you're not putting on a show for me. >> no. >> we definitely connected today. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. >> jimmy: in her defense i had no idea what you were talking about either. what do you think the problem was there, cory? >> well, like off the camera she showed interest. but once the camera started rolling, she became a different person. yeah.
>> jimmy: women are like that sometimes. >> yeah. >> jimmy: let's see how you did with the sweet nothings from patch lor joe. >> at the end of this if it's you and i standing i will pack my bags and i'll go whereever you ask me to go and i will start a life. >> at the end of this -- >> what. >> at the end of this if its you and me still standing here, i'll pack my bags and go wherever you want to go. >> i don't care where you did. >> true love is all about. >> oh, yeah sure. >> emily. >> i'm not emily. >> jimmy: should have swapped out the name. keep at it, cory. you will a find someone. >> thank you. >> jimmy: cory the guy who plays chewbacca. do you think you'll ever find a mrs. chewbacca. >> yeah, she's out there looking for me.
if. >> jimmy: guillermo, do you think he'll ever find a mrs. chewbacca. >> yeah. >> jimmy: as tennis fans know the french open. this morning it is maria sharapova and klara and -- >> she tried to pull the trigger. >> she's sort of under the radar this tournament and been looking very good. >> jimmy: thank you, thank you so much for the tickets. [ applause ] >> jimmy: we had some interesting news from facebook today. facebook has announced they're developing technology that will allow young kids to now have facebook profiles which, you know, if we want our kids to be unproductive we have to get them started being unproductive at an
earlier age. currently it's 13 but this new technology would open things up to kids younger than that and not only would this help facebook reach a new group of people to advertise to but bring us one step closer to our goal of 100% obesity. so merry christmas, pedophiles. finally babies will be able to put up too many pictures of themselves themselves. wouldn't that be right? what's more of a bummer your parents getting on facebook or your kids getting on it? either way it's time to start taking those pictures of your trip to cabo san lucas down. speaking of kids, the octomom has a new job. in july the octomom will be stripping in florida. so don't go to florida. [ laughter and applause ] at least not in july. nadya suleman, the octomom recently shot her first adult film set for release this summer to promote it sole's strip twice
a night at tease lounge, a fully nude strip club although she will not be fully nude she will only be topless and not give lap dances which is good because the last thing we need is someone getting her pregnant in the champagne room. it's a great idea for a bachelor party where you really hate the groom. and we have some very entertaining guests on the show. christina ricci is here. [ cheers and applause ] and also maybe the greatest barbecue chef in the world, adam perry lang hard at work cooking on hollywood boulevard right now. hello, adam. what's happening out there. adam has a new cookbook called "charred & scruffed." >> they're great. >> jimmy: look at that piece of meat. what are you going to make. >> a rib roast cooked like a steak. >> jimmy: is looks like you're cooking an entire dinosaur. >> it feels like it too.
>> jimmy: they say beef isn't really beef unless it's cooked next to a homeless person so this will be great. we have a popular band here, fun is here. the name of the band is fun. [ cheers and applause ] now, guillermo, you went to say hello to fun earlier, correct? >> guillermo: yes, jimmy. >> jimmy: i believe we captured that meeting on our security cameras. look at this. >> guillermo: hey, fun, you want to jump on my trampoline? huh? anybody want to jump this is fun, fun. yay! [ applause ] anybody want to jump? this is fun! come on. fun.
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"charred & scruffed." chef adam perry lang is here with us and then a mull if i platinum selling band with music from "some nights," fun from the bud light outdoor stage. fun. a lot of fun. tomorrow night andy samberg will be here, i will take on the new national spelling bee champion and our musical guest is edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros. then, later this week, edward norton, adam carolla, leighton meester, music from k'naan and dead sara -- and kourtney, khloe, and kim kardashian will be here together again at long last. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our first guest is a prolific and talented actor who began her career at 9 years old, just like the kids do in china. you can see her now alongside robert pattinson in the new movie, "bel ami," opening in select cities on friday. let me say that again. it's called "bel ami" and opening in select cities on friday. please say hello to christina ricci. ♪
[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i like your sparkly shoes. >> thank you. >> jimmy: little girls love sparkly shoes and they go crazy. >> you show she sparkly shoes and i cannot concentrate. >> jimmy: you never get over that. do you cook at all? >> i mean i will attempt to but that is at your own -- >> jimmy: doesn't come out good? you don't cook anything at all. >> no, actually, no, i could boil water and make pasta. that's easy, i can toast things. >> jimmy: when you say you make pasta, just the pasta itself? is there a sauce along to go with it or boiling -- >> i can heat it up in the microwave, yes, i can. i can call and order stuff. >> jimmy: a good skill to have. >> pretty good at that.
>> jimmy: you live in new york so you can always order and something. it's a little more complicated, the calling and ordering. >> yeah, it can be. >> jimmy: yes, it can be. you get some scary people coming to the door. >> that's true but i have a big dog. >> jimmy: ooh, maybe you can try cooking the dog. >> that's true. >> jimmy: it's a joke. she's not really gonna. last here you were you were about to do shake peer in new york. was it fun. >> it was fun and intimidating and scary and had to for the -- i'm not classically trained at all. >> jimmy: me neither. >> i started working at 9 and just missed all that training. >> jimmy: can i ask a dumb questioning. what does that mean classically trained? >> apparently there are people who go to school and learn things. >> jimmy: and in this special classical way? >> yes, yes and there are all kinds of terms and things about shakespeare that apparently i should have known. >> jimmy: you didn't know them.
>> and had to pretend i knew things like stanchion and stuff. >> jimmy: that's stanchion. >> i don't remember the words anymore. yes, that definitely stands that way. when i was practicing it last night, i saw that that didn't stand probably so, no. >> jimmy: test of an actor if you can bs your way through a situation like that, right? i mean pretend you foe what you're doing because shakespeare is something that -- something that actors should know about. >> apparently, yes. i should have known about that. >> jimmy: i bet most -- i bet you're the only one admitting you don't but i bet you 80% don't. >> all the actors on this show knew about it. i was the only one who didn't. >> jimmy: yeah, right. did it work out ultimately. >> it worked out. there was one of the other actresses on the show was great and i was sort -- i was just like, i don't know what this means.
>> jimmy: so she was -- >> she was like, okay, this is stanchion. >> okay, thank you. >> jimmy: it was a good thing she was nice. she could have told you all the wrong things. >> she could. >> jimmy: it would be awful. >> easily. >> jimmy: this movie you're in with robert pattinson who i don't know if you know is a vampire. >> i heard this about him, yes. >> jimmy: yes, and he -- have an english accent. >> i do. >> jimmy: he has an english accent not just in the movie but in real life. when you're doing an english accent with someone who has one do they know if something is not right. >> yes and styles they make fun of you. >> jimmy: sometimes they do. another thing you know how to do. an english accent when you're an actor. >> you get to say hi or have a wonderful coach that coached me and him because he spent a lot of time in l.a. and i got to make fun of him because he's actually british and sometimes would sound like he was a valley girl and he made fun of me because i was trying to be british and would sometimes found like a sally girl.
>> jimmy: he had to be retrained to speak english. >> yes, but really i was the problem because sometimes we would do scenes and i would turn to him and say, did that sound okay? and he judd said, no. >> jimmy: have you spent a lot of time in england? >> yeah, i actually have. i originally moved to l.a. because i did want to travel for work as often as i was and living in new york and the second i moved to l.a. i started going to london nonstop to do movies so -- >> jimmy: you like it there in london. >> i do. i like it a lot. >> jimmy: what's the best thing about living in london. >> my favorite thing about england is their commitment to -- the way they stand behind their reality tv shows. >> jimmy: the reality tv shows. what do you mean stand behind them. >> i'm a television addict and personally really enjoy reality tv and i love how you go there and it'll be like "big brother" time and the entire country is talking about "big brother" and it's headline news what happened
on "big brother". >> jimmy: for real? and we're the dumb ones? somehow how is that? >> i know. >> jimmy: what's your favorite of the english reality shows? >> i like "how clean is your house". >> jimmy: what is that? >> these two british ladies go and surprise really, really dirty -- well, not dirty but people who are very messy, here in america we call them hoarders but in england they don't call them hoarders, they say, oh, you really don't know how to clean your house. actually they have a psychological condition but, all right, they just are really messy. >> jimmy: the ladies go to the clous and clean for them. >> the best part when they show you how dirty it is. they're like, ooh, somebody is really messy in the shower and just like three feet of hair and goo. totally disgusting and they clean the house and try to teach these people how to clean and stay organized. pretty awesome. >> jimmy: do you think the people learn how --
>> no, they don't but it's like funsy music. >> jimmy: your house is dirty enough they'll send a reality show to clean. that's a great thing for the kardashians. maybe a kardashian come and clean your house? something we could produce together. quick break and we'll come back and see a clip from your new movie. the new movie is called "bel ami." more with christina ricci when we're back. we'll be right back. [ applause ] ♪
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that i'm wearing certain things and would try to race people. >> jimmy: running races. >> you can't race anybody. >> jimmy: how often do you -- >> i'm pretty goofy. i will run a lot and try to jump over things. >> jimmy: do you announce -- do you tell them in advance it's a race or just running stored the car. >> i'm not that spaz si. it will be an agreed upon race. >> jimmy: i was looking for a little approval. occasionally i will start running to the car or hotel room and if they get ahead of plea i'll knock them down in the hall. >> yeah, you knock people over. threes completely acceptable. >> jimmy: what is the movie itself about. >> based on the book buy guy de maupassant. >> of course, he's one of the best. is that a he? okay. i read all his work. >> all of his work. and basically rob plays a character that sort of claws his
way up the social ladder by sleeping with powerful men's wives. >> jimmy: and sucking their blood. >> yes. and i turn into a vampire. >> jimmy: wow. that's amazing. have the "twilight" fans made attempts on your life. >> no, everyone keeps talking about this. but i haven't experienced it. >> jimmy: they will kill you silently. they don't like anyone touching rob except for kristen stewart. >> i haven't had that. >> jimmy: i'm just telling you be careful and your race ability will come in handy here. >> i'll be able to leave. >> jimmy: just run. well, it's great to see you. thank you for coming. the movie is called "bel ami" in select cities on friday. christina ricci, we'll be right back with adam perry lang. [ applause ]
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[ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest didn't invent cooking meat with fire. i think that was barney rubble. but he has perfected it. he's a barbecue genius and author of this new cookbook -- "charred and scruffed." just in time for father's day. please say hello to adam perry lang. hello. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: first of all, i know what charred is obviously. what is scruffed, tell us. >> we'll do it together but it's when you increase the surface area of whatever you're cooking, so it's kind of going to feather or fluff and it makes flavors pop. >> jimmy: that's what we like. you don't have to wear glasses or anything. >> no. >> jimmy: what will we make? >> a rib roast cooked like a steak. >> jimmy: great. why do you say cooked like a steak. >> because we'll smash it and it'll scruff and we'll spread it out, increase the surface and
flavor and brown and tenderize it as well. >> jimmy: we'll beat this beast. >> i don't want you to hold back either. but what you do -- >>. >> jimmy: i don't hold back. >> i cut the bones like this and everything built on this steak is so you can eat every bit. >> jimmy: how do you pick a piece of beef like this. >> great question. how do you pick it? how you pick it really is you're going to pick up fine grade or choice grade. want whatever marbleization to have no big clumps. >> jimmy: of white fat. >> occasionally happens but to pick up a better piece is what you'd do. >> jimmy: all right. so we got the beef here. >> you're ready. >> jimmy: what are we going to do to it? >> take this bat. this is really like a great tool for this, okay. >> jimmy: is it really. >> like start like -- i'll work on this. >> jimmy: put it on a tee to start. >> first give it a couple of taps first. and then, you know, then real
really -- >> jimmy: it seems like we're choking. >> serious. >> jimmy: this is really what you want to do. should you wash the bat before -- >> yes, please. >> jimmy: never washed a bat before. can you do this with an aluminum bat. >> two hands. two hands. >> jimmy: two hands? yeah. >> okay. i don't think so but you see all the surface area exposed. it hasn't lost any juice. that's great looking. >> jimmy: do i beat this side a little bit too? then we'll have a lot more crispness on the whole -- outside of the beef, correct? >> yes, exactly. these little -- bits that you fight over with, you know, like i used to fight with my sister over these bits. >> jimmy: you'd hit her with the bat. now we'll season this thing. >> basic. i want you to season with me. i use this term season like rain. this is the four seasons blend. it's salt, garlic salt, black
pepper and a bit of cayenne. just season pretty generously. >> jimmy: up high, okay. >> flip it over. >> jimmy: nice. >> then i just take a touch of water. in my hand just to moisten it. just dissolves and creates a meat paste. just that work it in with your hand. >> jimmy: work it in there and throw it on the grill. how hot is the grill? >> pretty hot. it was a lot hotter earlier. just really want it to be -- fire up a little bit. >> jimmy: you don't worry about that. >> i'm an active griller. people say, you know what, don't move it. >> jimmy: you move it a lot. >> i move it a lot because i want it to temper on both sides and drop it up here which is kind of like makeshift grill. >> jimmy: we don't have time to cook this whole thing all the way through. >> so i have this. >> jimmy: you season it while it's on the grill. >> exactly. >> jimmy: with. >> with this herb brush.
>> jimmy: this is -- what herbs do you have. >> sage, rosemary, thyme. >> jimmy: tie it to a wooden spoon with dental floss. >> just keeping it flipped and get something like this. >> jimmy: oh, is a beautiful piece -- >> kind of souffles up a little. it puffs up. >> jimmy: it looks like it's burnt. but -- >> it's charred. what it is is it's not burnt but like right in between, browned and charred. so you really need that particularly for dry age steaks. you'll taste it. it makes a big difference. >> jimmy: where is guillermo, by the way. yeah, be a part of this. see what's going on. now, okay, so now you're going to put this on -- what is this called? >> a plate. >> jimmy: this is a plate. >> we'll do it right here which -- >> jimmy: on the cutting board. this is one of your things you do. you put the herbs and the olive
oil on the cutting board and a lot of people once they finish the beef will just put it right on the plate. >> tends to dry and goes cold quick. another way of developing flavor. anybody can do it. you see how we split the bones. >> jimmy: looks like it's running away from us as we try to eat it. slice into it. no now while you're slicing it a little bit here, a little bit just rare and you just -- >> put that back on there. >> jimmy: nice, i would eat it just rare. >> all right, i'll leave it for you. >> jimmy: i'm like a dog. >> then right there so the key thing on this, when you have the top portion. and you cut those pieces. as you cut them, you just flip it right into the dressing. >> jimmy: dressing on every night. what do you think of that, guillermo?
>> i want to try it. >> that's a big piece. >> jimmy: do you usually eat with your hands or use utensils. >> at home i use utensils. >> jimmy: you use utensils. what do you think, guillermo? >> guillermo: it's great, i like it. >> jimmy: cut me off a nice piece. and i will try it. oh, it's fantastically delicious. >> it's great. >> jimmy: it's delicious. this is made out of a cow, right? get a cow and do it. the book, a great item for father's day or, you know, if you don't have a father, you're sitting home alone sadly this is a book you could read. it's called "charred "charred & scruffed." find his recipe on our website jimmykimmellive." chef adam perry lang. right back with fun.
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♪ i put one foot in front of the other one oh oh oh ♪ ♪ i don't need a new love or a new life just a better place to die ♪ ♪ in front of the other one in front of the other one just a better place to die ♪ [ applause ] >> jimmy: i want to thank christina ricci, i want to thank adam perry lang. and i want to apologize to matt damon. we ran out of time. tomorrow night, andy samberg, the national spelling bee champion and edward sharpe and the magnetic zeros. "some nights" this is the album playing us off the air with "we are young." see the full performance at jimmykimmellive.com -- once again, fun. good night, everybody! [ applau